New Approaches To Prokaryotic Systematics

Hardcover | November 25, 2014

byMichael GoodfellowEditorIain Sutcliffe, Jongsik Chun

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Volume 41 of Methods in Microbiology is a methods book designed to highlight procedures that will revitalize the purposes and practices of prokaryotic systematics. This volume will notably show that genomics and computational biology are pivotal to the new direction of travel and will emphasise that new developments need to be built upon historical good practices, notably the continued use of the nomenclatural type concept and the requirement to deposit type strains in at least two service culture collections in different countries. Detailed protocols on cutting edge methods Prepared by leading international experts in the relevant fields

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Volume 41 of Methods in Microbiology is a methods book designed to highlight procedures that will revitalize the purposes and practices of prokaryotic systematics. This volume will notably show that genomics and computational biology are pivotal to the new direction of travel and will emphasise that new developments need to be built up...

Professor Mike Goodfellow was awarded undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Liverpool where his life long interests in pure and applied microbial systematics began. He developed his expertise in actinobacterial systematics as an MRC Junior Research Fellow in the MRC Microbial Systematics Unit at the University o...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:348 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:November 25, 2014Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

  1. The Need for Change: Embracing the Genome
    William B. Whitman
  2. An Introduction to Phylogenetics and The Tree of Life1
    Tom A. Williams and Sarah E. Heap
  3. The All-Species Living Tree Project
    Pablo Yarza and Raul Munoz
  4. 16S rRNA Gene-based Identification of Bacteria and Archaea using the EzTaxon Server
    Mincheol Kim and Jongsik Chun
  5. Revolutionising Prokaryotic Systematics Through Next-Generation Sequencing
    Vartul Sangal, Leena Nieminen, Nicholas P. Tucker and Paul A. Hoskisson
  6. Whole Genome Analyses: Average Nucleotide Identity
    David R. Arahal
  7. Whole-Genome Sequencing for Rapid and Accurate Identification of Bacterial Transmission Pathways
    Simon R. Harris and Chinyere K. Okoro
  8. Identification of Conserved Indels that are useful for Classification and Evolutionary Studies
    Radhey S. Gupta
  9. Reconciliation Approaches to Determining HGT, Duplications, and Losses in Gene Trees
    Olga K.Kamneva and Naomi L. Ward
  10. Multi-locus Sequence Typing and the Gene-by-Gene Approach to Bacterial Classification and Analysis of Population Variation
    Alison J. Cody, Julia S. Bennett and Martin C.J. Maiden
  11. Multilocus Sequence Analysis: Bringing Bacterial Systematics to the Next Level
    Xiaoying Rong and Ying Huang
  12. Bacterial Typing and Identification by Genomic Analysis of 16s-23s rRNA Intergenic Spacer (ITS) Sequences
    Volker Gürtler, Gangavarapu Subrahmanyam, Malathi Shakar, Biswajit Maiti and Indrani Karunasagar
  13. MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry Applied to Classification and Identification of Bacteria
    Peter Schumann and Thomas Maier
  14. Continuing Importance of the Phenotype in the Genomic Era
    Peter Kämpfer